Day 1: Delhi – Neamrana (110 kilometers / 68 miles / 2 hours via AC coach)
Arrive in Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), the capital of India, and board into a private AC coach to transfer Neamrana. Neamrana is more than two thousand years old town in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
In early times, it was an estate of Chauhan Rajput’s, of the Rio RajDeo. During the second half of the 11th century, it became the estate of Mandawar. Meet your Royal Enfield motorcycles and the ride team at Neeamrana Palace. Have a ride briefing and practice ride in the evening. Stay in Neamrana Fort and Palace for the night.
Day 2: Neamrana – Mandawa (170 kilometers / 106 miles / 4 hours)
You are in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Shekhawati is famous for its old town and heritage havelis. Have breakfast and start the motorbike riding to the interior of Shekhawati region.
Mandawa was founded in the mid-18th century. It is dominated by an imposing fort, now a heritage hotel that is maintained in classic medieval style with modern luxuries. The archway is painted with interesting forms of Lord Krishna and his cowherds.
Mandawa is famous for forts and havelis. Night stay will be at Castle Mandawa or Royal Desert Camp Mandawa.
Day 3: Mandawa – Bikaner (200 kilometers / 124 miles / 6 hours)
Today is your first day on the desert highway, with pure adventure on the road to Bikaner, an imposing walled city of palaces and colorful bazaars. Your first overnight stay is in a true hotel – Maharaja Ganga Mahal or similar.
Day 4: Bikaner – Jaisalmer (350 kilometers / 217 miles / 7 hours)
Continue along the highway to Jaisalmer, an old caravan city. Sand dunes stretch across the northern Tharr Desert. You’ll be taken to a mostly-paved military road to the desert fortress of Jaisalmer, to this day a dream from 1,001 nights.
Visit the fortress with its impregnable city walls, the palatial houses of merchants and princes, bustling bazaars, and winding alleyways of the old city. A mouth-watering dinner buffet will await you in your hotel at the end of the day. Overnight at Jaisalmer Marriott Resort & Spa or same.
Day 5: Jaisalmer (desert ride and camel ride) (100 kilometers / 62 miles)
Heading further into the Tharr Desert, saddle up your bikes first thing in the morning and take a military road westwards to the remote San Oasis. There you’ll change to a different mode of transport. You’ll spend the next four hours amid the sand dunes riding ships of the desert.
From the Sunset Point, you’ll experience the magical glitter of the fortress of Jaisalmer in the distance and the golden glow of the surrounding desert. From the dinner buffet, you’ll have a view of the illuminated fort. Night stay will be at same place / hotel as the previous day.
Day 6: Jaisalmer – Jodhpur (320 kilometers / 199 miles / 7 hours)
Today you’ll spend a long, meditative day on endlessly straight desert roads to reach the next Maharajah City. The arid countryside along the road is used as grazing land for camels, sheep, and goats.
You’ll then reach Jodhpur, a royal city founded in 1459 with imposing city walls, the mighty Meherangarh Fort and two unusually beautiful palaces. The early evening will be free for exploring the bazaars of the old city around the bell tower in bicycle rickshaws or on foot. Barbecue dinner and overnight stay is in a historical Hotel Ajit Bhawan or same.
Day 7: Jodhpur – Ranakpur (170 kilometers / 106 miles / 4 hours)
Today you’ll be starting the mountainous leg of the tour through the Aravalli Range on your way to Ranakpur, the Jain temple city. Quiet country lanes wind their way through the fertile green hills. Your resort has a magnificent garden in the middle of the bizarre, craggy landscape.
You’ll visit the Jain temples which are renowned for their marble sculptures. Over night stay is at Fateh bhag Resort or same.
Day 8: Ranakpur – Udaipur (80 kilometers / 50 miles / 4 hours)
You’ll start the day by riding up to the majestic mountain-top Fort Kumbalgarh, one of the true high points of the tour. You’ll reach Udaipur in the afternoon. Many western and Hindi movies have been set there, and Roger Moore – aka Bond, James Bond – is virtually a local hero.
The city features outstanding architecture, palaces, bazaars, temples, and parks. The artificial lakes integrated in the forts and the views of the wild hill country around Udaipur are also truly unforgettable.
You’ll be spending two nights in the city. Dinner will be in a roof garden restaurant overlooking Lake Pichola and overnight stay will be at The LaLiT Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur or similar.
Day 9: Udaipur, the Venice of the East
You’ll be spending the morning sightseeing in the old city, visiting the city palace, the bazaars, and Honeymoon Point. The afternoon will be free for shopping. Udaipur is the home of artisans, miniature painters, silversmiths, and puppeteers.
Museums await you and a stroll to Sunset Point is a great experience, as are visits to dance and puppet performances in the evening.
Planet Way Round can also arrange an especially stylish dinner ( At additional Cost ) with a view of Lake Palace Jag Nivas, the Maharaja’s marble palace on Lake Pichola. Overnight stay will be at The LaLiT Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur or similar.
Day 10: Udaipur – Pushkar (270 kilometers / 168 miles / 6 hours)
Today you’ll ride northeast to the picturesque little town of Pushkar with its colorful bazaars and lake. On the way you will cross small and big town with green mustard fields and working camel carts. Night stay is at Hotel Pushkar Place or similar.
Day 11: Puskar – Jaipur (140 kilometers / 87 miles)
After BF ride to Jaipur City, you will take good tar four lain road to Jaipur (Pink City). The most precious gem of Jaipur is the Amer Place and Jai Garh Fort. Pink City Jaipur is capital of Rajasthan. You will reach the hotel by afternoon and you will be free to visit the Pink City by tuk tuk or as you like.
Jaipur is known as the wealthiest city of historic India because its city of jewelers built in 1727. Overnight stay is at Raj Place resort or similar.
Day 12: Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra (240 kilometers / 149 miles / 6 hours)
Start the ride to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri, a magnificent fortified ancient city, is 40 kilometers west of Agra and was the short duration capital of the Mughal empire between 1571 and 1585 during the reign of Emperor Akbar.
The magical allure of Taj Mahal draws tourists to Agra like moths to a flame. The legacy of the Mughal empire has left a magnificent fort and a liberal sprinkling of fascinating tombs and mausoleums. In 1501, Sultan Sikander Lodi established his capital here, but the city fell into Mughal hands in 1526, when emperor Babur defeated the last Lodi Sultan at Panipat.
Visit Taj Mahal, the white marble building at the edge of the river Yamuna made by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal. Overnight is at Hotel Courtyard by Marriott Agra.
Day 13: Agra to New Delhi (250 kilometers / 155 miles / 6 hours via AC coach drive)
In the early morning, you will visit of the most celebrated place and one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. During sunrise, the Taj looks stunning. Breakfast will be provided. Later on, you will proceed to Delhi by AC coach.
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